Free Clinic for junior golfers June 8
All junior golfers are welcome to participate in the first professional golf clinic to be held during the APT/Stars of Tomorrow Tour. The clinic will be held at 3 p.m. on June 8 at the Highlands Driving Range. The free clinic will consist of current playing professionals on tour the week of the Cooper Communities NWA Charity Classic (June 5-9). These professionals will be showing off their skills and tricks and talking about how to take your game to the next level. PGA teaching professionals will also be onsite to answer questions about the game and help juniors improve their swings. All are welcome, from young beginners to high school players.
Rally in Pink Golf Tournament June 19
This tournament is a four-person scramble to be held at the Bella Vista Country Club and Kingswood on Tuesday, June 19, and is open to members and non-members. The event will consist of three separate divisions, including women, men and mixed. Tees will be men: white tees -- 74 or younger; red tees -- 75-plus; women: red tees -- 74 or younger; gold tees -- 75-plus. Mulligans can be purchased before play begins at two for $10 (cash or check only, with a limit of two per person). Prizes will be awarded in all divisions, as well as CTP for men and women. All prizes will be paid out in the form of golf shop gift certificates.
The schedule will be: 7 a.m. -- coffee and donuts; 8 a.m. -- shotgun start with awards and lunch at Riordan catered by BV Bar and Grill. Raffles and 50/50 will be sold throughout the day (cash or check only). Entry fee is $200 per team or $50 per player plus applicable green and cart fees. Fee includes prizes and lunch after play. Proceeds will benefit Mercy Breast Center, Hope Cancer Resources and Washington Regional Cancer Support Home.
Registration and cancellation deadline is 5 p.m. Thursday, June 14. There is a $10 late registration fee.
Couples 9 and Dine Golf Tournament June 22
This event is for members only and held Friday, June 22, at the Bella Vista Country Club. The tournament will consist of a two-person scramble. Both team members will hit their designated tee on each hole. The team will select the preferred tee shot with both members playing from this position for their second shot. This procedure will continue until the ball is holed out. Each team member must contribute three drives during the round.
The schedule will begin with a 4:30 p.m. shotgun start and dinner to follow at the BV Bar and Grill, prepared by Chef Jerry James. Awards will be presented at dinner. Men will utilize white tees -- 74 or younger and red tees -- 75 and older; women will use red tees -- 74 or younger and gold tees -- 75 and older. Team handicap is calculated by adding together 35 percent of "A" players and 15 percent of "B" players course handicaps. Mulligans can be purchased at $5 each, with a one per player limit (cash or check only, please). Entry fee is $30 per player plus applicable green and cart fees. Entry fee includes prizes and dinner after play. Prizes will be gross and net awards in the form of gift certificates.
Registration and cancellation deadline is 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 19 with a $10 late registration fee.
'Pars for Paws -- The Pawsible Dream' Charity Golf Tournament July 21
Help BVAS help animals in need and swing with the big dogs. Registration begins at 7 a.m. with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. sharp, Saturday, July 21, at the Kingswood Golf Course in Bella Vista. There will be no rain date, with play rain or shine. Sponsored by Cooper Communities. For more information, contact Anita Werts at 479-366-2265 or email email@example.com; call Dee Dee Matney at 479-644-6229 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call the shelter at 479-855-6020.
Registration deadline is Tuesday, July 10.
Sports on 06/06/2018
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